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Thursday, January 1, 2015

K-Drama: You Who Came From the Stars/My Love from the Stars


2014 was the year of Kim Soo Hyun and the comeback of Jeon Ji Hyun. Would you agree?

To top my list, it is the Korean Drama: YOU WHO CAME FROM THE STARS.

Honestly, when this aired in 2013, I really had no intention of watching it probably because the poster came out dark and boring. I wasn't able to recognize Jeon Ji Hyun, (Kill me now..) and with all honesty too, I don't know Kim Soo Hyun back then.

Okay, okay. I am a Korean Drama fan but I really don't know all the stars! I can only name a few, bummer.

This was aired in 2013-2014 but I only got the chance to watch it DECEMBER 2014 right after Christmas. Such a lame fan. Some of you might be wondering why.

I played episode 1 for more than 5x! Either I fell asleep or I find it so boring but right after Christmas, I found myself bored even more so I gave the series a chance, my 6th attempt. And with all honesty, from episode 2 to 21, I haven't slept for more than 4 hours! I got hooked and fell in love over and over again.

YOU WHO CAME FROM THE STARS starred Kim Soo Hyun and Jeon Ji Hyun. If you are familiar with My Sassy Girl, the most popular movie back in 2001 where my fantasy for Korean flicks began, she's that Sassy Girl. She also starred in the movie Il Mare, which already has the Western counterpart of Lake House. She's that popular huh! Anyway, Kim Soo Hyun on the other hand debuted in Dream High, year 2011 where his role was a laid back farm boy. Soon after, he became King "something" in the drama Moon Embraces the Sun. I wasn't able to watch the "Moon..." because it seems to be so periodic for me. But after seeing him in YWCFTS, I might give it a try! He is such a darling!

YOU WHO CAME FROM THE STARS is not your typical drama. 

The casts:

Do Min Joon played by Kim Soo Hyun is an ALIEN! What, an alien?! Yes, really.
Cheon Song Yi played by Jeon Ji Hyun / Gianna Jun / Jun Ji Hyun is a top-billed artist at her peak.
Lee Hi Kyung played by Park Hae Jin is the son of S&C group and has a big love for Cheon Song Yi.
Yoo Se Mi played by Yoo In Na is Cheon Song Yi's friend and a secret admirer of Lee Hi Kyung

Let's begin. Let's do this!

If you still haven't seen it, well, you're missing a half of your Korean Drama experience! 

Overall Review

(setting it to 10 as being the highest)

Do Min Joon is again, an alien who have lived on earth for 400 years. He changes his identity every ten years because his physical appearance never changes over the past 400 years that he was been living on earth. He became a banker, lawyer, doctor, military, meteorologist and in the present time, a professor. The story between him and Cheon Song Yi started on his last 3 months on earth.

He was living a peaceful life for the last 400 years but was disrupted when this top actress Cheon Song Yi moved in and became his neighbor in the apartment where he lived. Right then and there, his life changed, from the peaceful Do Min Joon to a distracted alien Do Min Joon.

Cheon Song Yi is loud, playful, not really a smart ass talent but she's popular, pretty, talented and hailed the billboards of Korea. They were neighbors but not the typical kind. On their first meeting, Cheon Song Yi had a smirk on her face thinking that Do Min Joon was a pervert. If you have seen this, this is really a funny scene! Anyway, Cheon Song Yi always get into trouble and intrigues because of her personality. And that's when the cutest alien living on earth came in.. to the rescue!

At the every end of the drama episode, there's a little portion wherein Do Min Joon tells his story like a diary. He's the cutest.

This drama made so much sense to me in Episode 4. That long, huh! But I fell in love with it since that last part of Episode 1. 

My Review:

I will not tell the story because where's the sense it watching if you can read them here already, right?

I WANT AN ALIEN!!! Kidding aside, the drama You Who Came From the Stars is not your ordinary drama where you cry, get involved and fall, laugh and brings in so much hate. During the whole drama, I haven't cried! Why? Because I am so in love with the story that it's too difficult to cry especially when you know that there's too much love!!!

Do Min Joon's character although in denial has so much love for Cheon Song Yi! Even though he seems too cold over Cheon Song Yi, he is always there to rescue her whether directly or indirectly. This guy showed too much compassion even on screen that even the viewers make it so difficult to resist, how much more for Cheon Song Yi?!

This drama will make you fall in love. Definitely!

Overall, no wonder it was the hottest drama for 2014. It ranked up in its ratings. The story is out of the ordinary, the lines are hard to resist, the sequence is just so perfect and the drama itself talks so much sense. The acting of Kim Soo Hyun and Jeon Ji Hyun came out so natural, it's like your watching them from your seat and not from the screen.

Disclaimer: I don't own the photos. Credits to owner. Thank you!
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Thursday, September 26, 2013

KathNiel Fever: The Magic of Got To Believe

Got To Believe is being aired every night at Abs-Cbn's Primetime Bida right now. Well, for a Filipino TV geek, who doesn't know that anyway?

#imnotakathnielfan #G2BMovingOn #G2BMagic and the list goes on have been taking it's reserved spot in Twitter and other social networking sites. I, myself even used those hashtags a lot lately. WHY. Let me explain to you how these gorgeous teens hailed the Primetime slot and how they caught the attention of many viewers worldwide.

Daniel Padilla and Kathryn Bernardo is probably the most popular love team of this generation. I don't mind if they are real sweethearts or not but all I know they have this great chemistry on screen. Let's just don't deny the fact that we even get "kilig" when Daniel Padilla starts staring at Kathryn Bernardo as if he's going to eat her up. These two kids are really making the hearts of many Filipinos especially the teens fall for their on and off screen drama love affair.

Honestly, I, myself got hit by that "magic" in their new soap, Got To Believe. I believe it's their third week now, not sure though. But I'm sure that I haven't skipped an episode of it. The storyline is interesting and everyone can relate just like BCWMH. It depicts a typical Filipino Family who wishes nothing but the good for their children. Ian Veneracion and Carmina Villaroel plays the role of Joaquin's (Daniel Padilla) protective parents while Manilyn Reynes and Benjie Paras is playing the fun and bubbly parents of Chichay (Kathryn Bernardo).

Ahem. "Papa Bear" / "Mama Bear"? Can relate? LOL.

Chichay can be sometimes irritating. I get affected every time she have done something to get Joaquin scolded at. Haha. I also get annoyed with Joaquin when he looks at Kathryn with so much hatred. I hate these kids for making my head hurt. Yes, sometimes.

The Teen Kilig Factor. It's obvious. Who doesn't have crushes waaay back high school and college? If you don't have, bet you're such a geek who kisses his books and skips lunch just to score an A. *oops, bully me*

My first review on Got To Believe:

Although it's pretty clear what will happen in the story, still, it brings back a youthful joy to the viewers. I love the sequence, how it was choreographed, the cast, the plot, location set and just about everything. Filipinos are tired of watching heavy drama that would give you stress before sleeping. Viewers want something fresh and a unique kind of drama that would make them laugh, smile and have a good night sleep after a long day from school and work.

Anyway, let the magic continues.... as Joaquin and Chichay goes to the same college. *excited*

How about you, we're you hit by the KathNiel Magic on Got To Believe? Well, I guess I just have to sing.. "Got to believe in magic..."
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Saturday, August 31, 2013

Movie Review | On The Job

A review on one of the epic movies of this generation - On The Job.

The story evolved on the lives of an in-cell triggerman, top corrupt/self-centered officials in the country, loyal policeman and an NBI agent torn between "katarungan and kagaguhan." The characters were portrayed by Sir Joel Torre as Tatang, the PRO hitman, Gerald Anderson as Daniel, the hitman's apprentice, Piolo Pascual as Atty. Francisco Coronel, the NBI agent, Leo Martinez as General Pacheco and Joey Marquez as SPO1 Acosta.
Sir Joel Torre (Tatang) and Gerald Anderson (Daniel) are being paid to kill. That's their job. They are hired by a certain person named "Mam Thelma." She's the middle person who takes in charge in knocking down the people who gets in between the operations of her boss' boss. Being "On The Job" for Tatang is just for the sake of bringing food on the table back at their home, he showed no mercy everytime he shots his victim, thinking that every bullet that comes out of the barrel is a decent life for his family. As what he often says to his apprentice in the film, "Ito, trabaho lang." Daniel who started as a backup or lookout is Tatang's apprentice, an ambitious, young hotshot guy, however, he is being trained to become a hitman once Tatang "retires" or once he gets his parole. Both of them are prisoners in a city jail. They are being pulled out from the cell whenever they have an operation. On The Job will show you the truth behind bars but will also depict the screaming reality on what our beloved elected legislators and highly respected officials do outside their main lines.

There will always be one good egg in a tray of spoiled eggs. This is what the character of Atty. Francis Coronel (married to Nikki played by Shaina Magdayao) is trying to portray, an NBI agent, who happens to be the son-in-law of a filthy congressman who's in allies with Gen. Pacheco. Pacheco is said to be the man on top of the killing operations done by Tatang and Daniel. On his verge of becoming good in his craft and to prove that there is still hope in becoming truthful to what he believed in, he clashes with the different personalities with big names in the government, to the point that he is battling against his own father-in-law.

SPO1 Acosta (Joey Marquez) is a lowlife policeman who looks at his job with so much pride. His more than 30 years in service (as quoted in the film), is a proof that being in service to the PNP is supposedly a noble job. Oh well. However, things weren't as smooth for him like missing out a promotion because he's not a puppet of his boss and there's a good friend being dragged to killing cases.


On The Job is by far the best action thriller movie of this generation. In this generation wherein we got used to Horror, Romantic Flicks and Flashy Comedy, this is a good start for an Action Thriller to be back in pace. The scenes were greatly choreographed. I got lost in a whirlwind of emotions especially in the hospital scene and when Atty. Francis Coronel was getting out of his car. I just didn't expect things to turn out that way, which is indeed something "new" for a Filipino movie. The main setting of the movie also took place in the sub-areas of Manila where you are able to witness and fully absorb the screaming reality of poverty and criminality. I hate to admit this, but OTJ revealed the truth we're facing today.

I commend Sir Joel Torre for always being at his best, if there's a word "bestest," then I may use it to describe how great he was in this movie. He only showed the viewers and his co-actors how beautiful it is to become a Filipino actor. Gerald Anderson on the other hand is amazing. You will be surprised as he shows his "astig" side on this film, a very different trait as to what we see in his previous movies. After seeing OTJ, there's more to Gerald than what meets the eye. I'm also glad to see Joey Marquez back on silver screen. The role of an upright policeman fitted him right. He carries this serious yet funny character. Surprisingly in this nitty-gritty film, he did it so well. Then we have Piolo Pascual as the NBI agent. He played his character very well although he's being overshadowed by the characters of Joel Torre and Gerald, I think that was enough proof that these days, "talo ng matitinik and mababait."

For me, On The Job is not just a movie, it's an experience. Napakahusay!

Congratulations to the whole team for crafting a film as wonderful as this.
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Wednesday, August 21, 2013

K-drama: Gu Family Book / The Love Story of Kang Chi

I was told by my friend to watch the Gu Family Book a month ago but I got hesitant because I'm not really a fan of Time Travel Drama (except for Rooftop Prince and Sungkyunwan Scandal). I also don't know the lead stars (okay, Lee Seung Ki and Suzy fans - kill me now!) so I didn't bother to watch but just two weeks ago, I decided to give it a try since I ran out of dramas to watch.

Overall Review
(setting it to 10 as being the highest)



Main Cast:

Lee Seung Gi as Choi Kang Chi
Bae Suzy as Dam Yeo-Wool
Lee Sung Jae as Jo Gwan-Woong
Sung Joon as Gon
Yoo Yeon-Seok as Tae Soo
Choi Jin-hyuk as Wol Ryung
Lee Yu-bi as Chung Jo
Lee Yeon-hee as Seo Hwa

Other important cast (on screen):

Admiral Lee Shoon Shin (my favorite)
Dam Pyeong Joon
Chun Soo-ryun

The Beginning

From episodes 1-3, I didn't blink an eye (weh!). The first part of the series was about Kang Chi's history. It showed the love story of his parents Wol Ryung (divine creature/Gumiho) and Seo Hwa (human) and how they were separated by fear and hesitations.

Wol Ryung a divine creature (protector of the rivers and mountains in the forest) fell in love with Seo Hwa, the daughter of a businessman who was killed by Lord Bi Jo (later known as Jo Gwan-Woong) to obtain his wealth and properties. Seo Hwa's oroignal fate was to become a gisaeng but Wol Ryung saved her but Seo Hwa didn't know that Wol Ryung is a gumiho. She was saved and eventually fell in love with Wol Ryung, got married and got pregnant. Wol Ryung really loved Seo Hwa that he even wanted to become a human with the help of the Gu Family Book. The test in order for Wol Ryung to become a human is to pray for 100 days, should not help/save anyone who needs his help and should not reveal to any human being that he is a divine creature. Well he did the 90 days successfully but the final 10 days was a failure...

The happy marriage they shared for a few months turned into something tragic. Seo Hwa was captured by villains (Lord Bi Jo's team) and as Wol Ryung tried saving her, it was also then revealed that he was a divine creature (which is supposedly not to happen). To Seo Hwa's surprise, she was scared and ran away from Wol Ryung. To cut the story short, Seo Hwa surrendered her love for Wol Ryung because of fear and anger and reported it to the authorities and Wol Ryung got killed by then military head, Dam Pyeong-Joon only to realize how much she loved him despite of that -- what can we, it's too late! Months later, she gave birth to a boy and was abandoned in the river.

On Wo Ryul and Seo Hwa: From MAGIC to TRAGIC. That's how I define it. LOL.

Choi Kang Chi, The Beginning

Kang means river and Chi means abandoned, this is the beginning of Kang Chi's story. So excited!

While having a small feast by the river, Lord Park heard a baby crying, he then saw this basket flowing in the river, he held it and saw a baby. So Jung, a monk (best friend of Wol Ryung) told Lord Park to take care of the baby and adopt him as this child will bring luck and fortune to their business which is at that time not doing any good. So Jung also gave Kang Chi a bracelet and told Lord Park not to remove it until he reaches the age of 20. This bracelet will be Kang Chi's protection that would hide his real identity of being a half divine creature and half human.

By which, Kang Chi was adopted by Park Mu-Sol or known as Lord Park of the Hundred Year Inn (where the story takes place most). As what So Jung told Lord Park, his business became the most successful in Joeson.
Kang Chi is loved by so many. He's a savior of the weak and abused, a good son to his adoptive father, Choi who's a servant to Lord Park. He's a happy go lucky kind of guy who has a warm heart for everyone. And even though he was not a biological son of Lord Park, he was treated as one.

Everything was doing well at the Hundred Year Inn until Jo Gwan-Woong decided to acquire Lord Park's business. Jo Gwan-Woong planned to also kill Lord Park but since Kang Chi promised to do everything to protect his loved one and the Hundred Year Inn, he was the one who faced Jo Gwan-Woong upfront. It was then when the real story of Kang Chi began, when Lord Park got killed while we was trying to protect Kang Chi.

Kang Chi, Lord Park's family and the family at the Hundred Year Inn felt low when Park Moo Sol died, he wanted revenge, he wanted to take what originally belonged to Lord Park and to the Hundred Year Inn. Later on, he also then realized that he wasn't an ordinary human being, that he was something even more special.

The Review

Gu Family book is really entertaining. You will fall in love with love more than a hundred times, will eventually fall for Kang Chi's killer smile, be lost in a whirlwind of emotions - hate Jo Gwan-Woong and want to stab him million times, fear death and will admire the strength, goodness and determination of all the characters.

My favorite character will of course be Choi Kang Chi and Dam Yeo-Wool. They are my favorite on-screen couple now, their love isn't developed in a matter of seconds unlike other drama series, it was a progressive love story that ended up to be a real one. The strength they draw from each other made me realize that love like this is just once in a lifetime. They are willing to save each other even though it means dying.

I smiled a lot, got really scared when they were using their bow and arrows, fell head over heels for their love story and cried for the heart breaking scenes which almost lead them to death. They also had the best kissing scene ever, it's so passionate that you would really think that they were real couples in real life. Arghhh, sweetness overload.

“Let’s meet again. I will wait. Let’s definitely meet again” -Kang Chi

“The time when we meet again, I will recognize you first. The time when we meet again, I will love you first” -Kang Chi

“Like that the sound of her breath stopped. And also, just like that… my time stopped” -Kang Chi

“And my time that stopped, started to flow again” -Kang Chi

Negative note:

On Jo Gwan-Woong:

I just don't like Jo Gwan-Woong getting killed too long! I think I developed too much hatred on him until the episode 24, imagine being there from beginning to end. They should have shortened it or at least 15 episodes and added new villains as effective as him. He is so damn annoying! Hehe!

Gu Family Book related stuff

I think they have missed so much on this. The title is Gu Family book, but what happened to it? It got lost after the few last episodes, there's no conclusion to it. Sayang! Although a good conclusion to this was it wasn't that successful because even in the modern times, he couldn't resist helping and saving others.


It had a beautiful ending but not too convincing, I guess you should watch it yourself, it could have been better if they had a happily ever after.

Positive note:

24 episodes with a running time of 45mins will never be a waste. The story of the Gu Family Book will teach you so many things about love and life in general. The OST of the drama also made a mark in my head, argh!

Oh well, I just wish it had a Part Two! It's so good that I got addicted to it. LOL. Definitely, it's not boring!!! I think my standards for a Korean Drama just increased because of the good effect of the Love of Story of Kang Chi brought me! I don't want it to end. LOL!

Favorite Quotations form Gu Family Book

“I’ve seen numerous people born as humans, but act less than animals. What makes you human is not your birth, but what you hold dear in your heart.” - Admiral Lee Soon Shin

“Whether you’re half human or not, she may not care about your outer appearance. No matter how your eyes and face change, you’re still Choi Kang Chi inside.” -Yeo Wool

“The ones you love the most are always the ones that hurt you the most. You get hurt because you love and care about them.” -Admiral Lee Soon Shin

“A man needs a friend to share goals with… A woman to share his heart with… A nation to serve with all his heart. That’s the best life one can live.” -Admiral Lee Soon Shin-

“Living your life only to get acknowledged by others, that’s hypocrisy.” -Admiral Lee Soon Shin
“The weight of trust is the weight of one’s relationship. If you want to be trusted, first learn how to get along with others.” -Admiral Lee Soon Shin

Disclaimer: I don't own the photos. Credits to owner. Thank you!
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Sunday, August 4, 2013

Kpop Stars on LINE

Yesterday, I went crazy upon checking my LINE, a social networking app. If you haven't gotten this app for your iPhone, Samsung or any android phone, you will definitely miss half of your K-pop addiction. LOL.

LINE will feed your drama/music addiction with photos, videos, messages and stuff that will keep you updated with your idols. Oh well, here are some of the Kpop Stars that are on LINE with their photos shared through the app, too!

Jang Keun Suk, JYJ, SHiNEE, SNSD, FT Island and Lee Min Ho :)

Ohhhhh.. I'm wondering when will Kim Hyun Joong join the LINE family. Please!!!
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Tuesday, July 23, 2013

Best Korean Movies of All Time

I grew up watching Korean and other asian movies, not because I've always been a fan of Korean dramas, but because their stories got something in it that made it so interesting.

Here are some of the Best Korean Movies I enjoyed watching:

1. Sassy Girl

Who will ever forget the movie, My Sassy Girl. Way back in the early 2000, this movie made a big fuss in our school. If I remember it right, this was the highest grossing Korean film of all time. It has a simple yet entertaining plot that would drown you into tears but will make you laugh all along.

Artists: Jun Ji-Hyun and Cha Tae-Hyun
Genre: Romantic Comedy/Drama
Rating: 4.5 out of 5

2. iL Mare

Goosebumps, heart pounding and heart warming, these are the words that best describes Il Mare. The main characters both live there two years apart in time, but are able to communicate through a mysterious mailbox. I salute the writer and director for coming up with a story as beautiful as this.

Hint: Hollywood made a remake of this entitled "The Lake House."

Artists: Jun Ji-Hyun and Lee Jung-Jae
Genre: Romance/Drama/Mystery
Rating: 4.5 out of 5

3. The Classic

If you are looking for a movie that would pinch you deeply in your heart, you got to see this. It may be a lengthy film but for sure, it won't leave your eyes dry. This is the kind of story that when it's meant to be, then it is really meant to happen. This is indeed a masterpiece.

Artists: Soon Ye-Jin, Jo Seung-Woo and Choi Seung-Hyun
Genre: Romance/Drama/Time Travel
Rating: 4.0 out of 5

4.  A Moment to Remember

Waaaah! Watched this on PC (way back) and I can't recall how many times my tears fell. Haha! This movie is a killer. It had a beautiful story that would crush you into pieces. I swear. From friendship to love to an incurable sickness and memory loss. It really sucks but worth every minute of your time. This is probably one of my favorites!

Artists: Soon Ye-Jin, Jung Woo-Seung
Genre: Romance/Drama
Rating: 4.5 out of 5

5. 200 Pounds Beauty

This movie is a good-feel movie.

Artists: Kim Ah-Joong and Joo Jin-Mo
Genre: Romantic Comedy/Drama
Rating: 4.0 out of 5

6. 100 days with Mr. Arrogant

After being dumped by her boyfriend just before their 100 day anniversary, Ha-Young (Ha Ji-Won) meets a college guy named Hyung-Joon when she kicks a can that accidentally hits him in the face and causes him to scratch his Lexus. He demands she pay him $3000 on the spot. She escapes from him, leaving her wallet behind. (Wikipedia)

That said, it's a fun-filled movie with lots of love along the way.

Artists: Ha Ji-Won / Kim JaeWon
Genre: Romantic Comedy
Rating: 4.0 out of 5

7. Heaven's Postman

Jae-joon used to be a promising young CEO of an IT company, until he unexpectedly becomes a postman. He delivers the letters grieving people have written, to their loved ones in heaven. Somehow it's weird but could still be entertaining. Jaejoong *__*

Artists: Jaejoong / Han Hyo Joo
Genre: Romance/Drama
Rating: 3.8 out of 5

8. Baby and Me

Jang Geun Suk (JKS) is so damn great in this movie and of course, Mason (the baby). How can an irresponsible happy-go-lucky highschool boy become a responsible daddy? I love it! It's a movie with so much sense.

Artists: Jang Geun Suk/Jang Keun Suk / Baby Mason
Genre: Family/Romance/Drama
Rating: 4 out 5

What else, hmm. Will continue this next time... the list goes on... although I have already listed my top favorites which I consider as my Best Korean Movies of all time :)

Keep posted!

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Wednesday, July 17, 2013

K-drama: Playful Kiss Review

Ahhhhh!! Talk about a lame Kim Hyun Joong fan. Ok, that's me.

I know for a fact that this korean drama was aired years back, but just to give you a hint on how lame I was, I just watched it last week.

Anyway, here goes.

Overall Rating
(as 5 being the highest)

Last 2010, if I remember it right, my housemates watched this on DVD but I never got to join them. I just heard them laughing and have this *kilig factor* (insert: my housemates are real men). It got me interested but since I was so busy back then, I wasn't able to watch it right away until last week.

The poster itself didn't entice me at all. It looked like a poster for some branding endorsement and not for a korean drama that would make your heart fall. LOL. Although I knew that it was the Korean version of ISWAK and ---- err, forgot the Japanese title. But then again, it proved me wrong. There's more to it than meets the eye.


Kim Hyun Joong as Baek Sung Jo
Jung So Min as Oh Ha Ni 
Lee Tae-sung as Bong Joon-gu
Lee Si-young as Yoon Hae-ra
and a lot more!


Baek Sung Jo is a cool geek. He's a walking encyclopedia who knows almost all sorts of stuff except his own feelings. *cheesy* On the other hand, Oh Ha Ni is a go-getter but poor in academics, she knows what she wants and she knows that she's really into Baek Sung Jo. What do you think, does opposite really attracts? Hmm.

Oh Ha Ni is a stalker and is really a self-confessed Baek Sung Jo fanatic. She follows him on school and even wrote a love letter. But Baek Sung Jo, the-hard-to-get-rich-smart-guy is a sucker for a lousy and no-brainer Oh Ha Ni. Until one day, both of them were caught in a situation that they both couldn't escape, it was when Oh Ha Ni and her father was forced to live with his friend (Oh Ha Ni's dad) since their house was wrecked by an earthquake. Look at how fate made them closer, the best friend of his dad was Baek Sung Jo's dad. WHAT A SMALL WORLD. A happy small world for Ha Ni while a disastrous small world for Baek Sung Jo. Watch it yourself and see how these two different worlds collide!

There. I guess that would be an enough background for you to get curious :)


Playful Kiss is surprisingly entertaining, sweet and filled with unexpected excitement. It may have light moments but not considered as dull. The characters played by Kim Hyun Joong and Jung So Min were portrayed well. I didn't even expect that they would have this strong chemistry on screen. I love them really! I laughed a lot, got lost in a whirlwind of emotions, smiled and cried. I played rewind a couple of times for that episode below, oh my! Baek Sung Jo is so sweet, cool and gaaaah, makes me crazy!

My entire experience of the Playful Kiss Drama was awesome! I will never ever ever get tired of watching it over and over again.

Kim Hyun Joong <3 Jung So Min was indeed one of the best team up ever! I love it to bits.

How was your Playful Kiss experience? Did the Baek Sung Jo / Kim Hyun Joong magic hit you? Well, it did - to me! :)

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